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6/18/14: Vin Scully calls all 27 outs recorded by the Dodgers during Clayton Kershaw’s first career no-hitter

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28 thoughts on “Scully calls every out of Kershaw's no-no

  1. The dodgers knew what they were getting when they got hanley ramirez, the guy made an error, but if it wasn’t for rojas the no hitter would have been gone. And you know what, who knows what would of happened if hanley did make that play? Maybe kershaw gives up a hit to the next batter… anyways glad he got the no hitter

  2. I just watched this today at a bar amid this whole crazy pandemic stuff and I cringed so hard in front of everyone at Hanley's error. I was there in person for Kershaw's gem. Wonderful memories.

  3. given what an extreme perfectionist that Clayton Kershaw is, always so hard on himself, his utter elation at the end of the game really says it all for me. it means that even he is finally satisfied with his performance

  4. He was my favorite player for a long time and it's heartbreaking to see Kershaw not being able to pitch like he used to. These days are far behind him unfortunately. No World Series title this year again. 😢

  5. That curveball is so damn nasty.. then he throws a filthy fastball combo with a changeup/slider to make you look dumb standing there. Lol that's dirty.

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